Grand Mercure Bowral
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... of the back treatments. Greg found that an Australian woman in the group went to the same school as him but was a couple of years ahead. Today Heather found that the same woman went to primary school with her, at the same time. They spent some time trying to remember student and teacher names. It can be a small world. The group doesn't seem too bad. A meal at our hotel and off to ...
... again and onto another ferry for an overnight 24 hour ferry trip back to Italy. This ferry is larger, newer and much better food than our first ferry. The rooms, however, are small and the showers are even smaller. The biggest problem in the cabin is that there seems to be virtually no air conditioning, and being inside cabins they are extremely warm and stuffy. We don't know what kind of nights sleep we are going to ...
... so we are hoping we don't need to use the loo again. It will be good to get out of here but it is another 6 hours or so to Heathrow. Have arrived in London - walked right through customs, no one there. Transfer driver was there just as organised. At least a half hour drive from Heathrow to Earls Court. It's a town with street after street of typical English huge tenement houses. We have arrived at the Hotel Ibis Earls ...
... We were met at the station and taken to the house-all very familiar having spent the whole of 2005 here.
A walk into town from the back of the house brought back many pleasant memories. After a very short time, we realised that we had developed the Aussie wave and were reminded of a slightly less pleasant aspect of this country.
A phone call to our friend in Bundanoon resulted ...
... better scoffing down a pie knowing what actually went into it.
Gors and I had two meetings in Melb on the Friday. The first was with Janet Williams-Smith who runs CPS’s Early Childhood program. This program is the first of its kind in Australia and is taking overseas research and vigorously evaluating in Australia.
Can see more details on their link : http://www.cps.org.au/Our-Services/Earl y-Childhood.aspx